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  • Obama’s approval rating at highest level since killing of Osama bin Laden

    Obama’s approval rating at highest level since killing of Osama bin Laden0

    President Obama’s approval rating is at its highest level in more than five years, an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Sunday shows. According to the results of the survey, conducted in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., two weeks ago, 56 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s

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  • Hillary Clinton makes surprise appearance in NYC Pride Parade

    Hillary Clinton makes surprise appearance in NYC Pride Parade0

    Hillary Clinton made an unannounced appearance in the New York City Pride Parade on Sunday, marching alongside thousands of LGBT supporters two weeks after the massacre at an Orlando, Fla., gay nightclub. The presumptive Democratic nominee joined New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Rev. Al Sharpton at the

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  • One no-trump: The (imaginary) politics of bridge

    One no-trump: The (imaginary) politics of bridge0

    The term “bridge,” as researchers Andrew Gelman and Jonathan Falk point out in a new paper, has positive connotations for liberals, as in the left-leaning American Bridge PAC. To Republicans, though, it might evoke the Bridgegate scandal affecting the administration of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. But “bridge” is also the name of a card

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  • Trump campaign official: We’ll combat Clinton’s cash with headlines

    Trump campaign official: We’ll combat Clinton’s cash with headlines0

    A top Donald Trump ally told Yahoo News this week that the presumptive GOP nominee doesn’t need nearly as much money as his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. Carl Paladino, one of the co-chairs of Trump’s campaign in New York, said Trump can win with less money by using an non-traditional approach focused on dominating press

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  • Brexit vote a warning to Clinton campaign

    Brexit vote a warning to Clinton campaign0

    The United Kingdom’s stunning decision Thursday to leave the European Union offers stark lessons to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, which has struggled to combat Donald Trump’s populist and nationalistic appeal to voters in this country. The Brexit vote became a referendum on immigration and the political establishment in the U.K., two lightning rods that are also

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  • Trump, in Britain, sees U.K. vote as being a lot about … Trump

    Trump, in Britain, sees U.K. vote as being a lot about … Trump0

    TURNBERRY, Scotland — Donald Trump, in Scotland to promote his golf-resort business, seized on Britain’s surprising vote to leave the European Union to congratulate the people of the United Kingdom for having “taken their country back” and suggesting the same could happen in the United States this November. Speaking at an event marking the reopening

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